We are happy to announce that we will be bringing Across the Whedonverse to WhedonCon 2017 in Los Angeles, CA. You can read more about it at
Thank you so much for being a part of Lusty Kitten Lab at the Goods either as a performer or audience member. It is with great regret that we have to announce the cancellation of Friday's show (Politics Unusual on 1/20) and the Lusty Kitten Lab's run at The Goods due to an unforeseen issue with the venue.
We are very sorry to cancel so close to the show date. Unfortunately, this decision was communicated to us late last night. We want to thank you so much for joining in on the experimental and artistic fun with us.
We are going to look for a new venue and hope you will consider joining us again once we find a new home.
Again, we apologize for the late cancellation. Thank you for your understanding.
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In Geekery & Glitter,
Mae Lust & Spy Kitten
Our newest show, Lusty Kitten Lab, will be a bi-weekly night of artistic experimentation celebrating performing arts in Denver, CO. The first event will take place at 10pm, Friday, December 16th, 2016 at The Goods, 2550 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206 with a holiday theme.
Lusty Kitten Lab is a highly experimental event blending the structure and polish of a produced show with the wonderful unpredictability of an open mic variety night. Think of it as an art flight. Expect the unexpected as we open the stage to performers committed to working on their craft in front of a live audience. The stage is set for burlesque, spoken word, stand-up comedy, magic, dance, music, poetry, drag, live painting, storytelling and other forms of performing arts, including the screening of short films.
We invite artists to submit in advance for shows, particularly those with a theme, however we will have select “wild card” slots available starting 1 hour before show time for those who are unable to sign-up in advance. Artists will have the opportunity to fine-tune debut acts, get practice performing in front of an audience, work on stage presence and try out new material in a high energy and dynamic environment. Audiences will have the opportunity to see new and rare acts, performer debuts and support up and coming artists.
We are a body positive, sex positive, gender positive and queer positive organization dedicated to intersectional inclusivity; we aim to support marginalized artists by creating a space to amplify their voices and share their talents with the community. Please bear this in mind when submitting acts.
Due to the experimental nature of an “open mic” night, admission is free for audience members. There is a free parking garage behind the building. The Goods, located next to the Tattered Cover Bookstore and the Sie Film Center on Colfax, features a delicious late night happy hour menu including, but not limited to, vegan and vegetarian fare.
Bring cash, we encourage tipping the performing artists and servers working hard to provide a night of experimental entertainment.
Lusty Kitten Productions wants to reiterate that as producers we will not book or support performers using acts of appropriation. We want to create a space where performers of all backgrounds and disparate experiences can present their art - their truth, their fandom love - authentically. That does not include the picking and choosing of another's culture in mocking shorthand.
Lusty Kitten Productions is bringing you a fan celebration parody of all things Adult Swim & Williams Street Studios! Check the website for more details coming soon.
Lusty Kitten Productions is pleased to announce an expansion into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The expansion will escort the Lusty Kitten brand into the Denver and Boulder metro areas.
We will continue to produce our flagship shows in Los Angeles where Mae Lust holds down the Lusty Kitten lair.
We are pleased to announce that we have donated the money from our raffle at Across the Whedonverse to two different fundraisers that were near to our hearts.
On the day of the show, one of Spy Kitten's best friends lost her 13 year-old daughter to suicide after being abused and harassed online. Half of the raffle money was donated to the Ashley Marie Dunn Memorial Fund to help the family pay for costs associated with this horrific loss.
Two weeks after the show, burlesque legend, Tiffany Carter, was in need of new hearing aids after a thief stole her purse, containing her hearing aids, from the back seat of her vehicle, while she was in it! Mae and Spy Kitten both studied with Tiffany during the Hollywood Burlesque Festival. We both felt impelled to help her get new hearing aids and so we donated the remaining half of the money to the Hearing Aids For Tiffany Carter fundraiser.
We had a great time on the Sex at the Beach radio show in Long Beach. We discussed Across the Whedonverse and what to expect at the show. And because January is National Stalking Awareness month we had a chance to talk about stalking. We enjoyed our time and we were pleased to talk about an important issue. Thanks for having us, guys!
The goodie bag tickets for Across The Whedonverse have sold out. But, you can still get your tickets to the show at www.acrossthewhedonverse.com We highly recommend getting pre-sale tickets. On night of show those who have purchased tickets online will be allowed into the venue before those who are paying at the door. We want to make sure you are all able to get in, so, get your tickets now. :-)
Lusty Kitten Productions will be working with the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom Foundation to collect consent violation surveys at Across the Whedonverse. We feel strongly that consent education is an important topic we need to be researching and discussing in our society. We will also have brochures available about the organization and ways to stay safe as one explores sexual freedom. Stop by the booth, say hi, pick up some information and contribute to the survey. :-)